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Educational Technology

January 1981 Volume 21, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Microcomputers and Education: Planning for the Coming Revolution in the Classroom

    Laurel Dickerson & William H. Pritchard

    Reasons for the general lack of active planning for a programmatic approach to this new technology are presented, gaps in current microcomputer use are identified, and data collected from public... More

    pp. 7-12

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  2. Microcomputer Systems for Authoring, Diagnosis, and Instruction in Rule-Based Subject Matter

    Joseph M. Scandura

    Argues that microcomputers are inexpensive, reliable, and sufficiently powerful to meet important educational demands, and that with authoring/driver systems educators could make far greater use of... More

    pp. 13-19

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  3. The Coming of Computer Literacy: Are We Prepared for It?

    Andrew R. Molnar

    Offers an overview of issues pertaining to societal readiness to cope with the information explosion. The need for computer literacy, an examination of computers in education, and the role of the... More

    pp. 26-28

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  4. Microcomputers in Social Studies: An Innovative Technology for Instruction

    Ronald Saltinski

    Examines the application of microcomputer statistics in social studies, and computer access and simulations in middle school environments. An interdisciplinary framework of curricula among social... More

    pp. 29-32

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